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Horrible artifacts in Adobe Stager UI

New Here ,
Apr 22, 2022 Apr 22, 2022

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Adobe people, I rent the whole Adobe Suite for decades. I add the 3D suite (former Allegoritthmic) a year ago. Everything works fine. But today I add Stager and I waste the whole day researching because the artifacts in the UI. Some Adobe experts suggest to check Nvidia Control panel/ Image Sharpening. In the last version of Nvidia cp that setting doesn't exist. I found Image Scaling, with a similar setting, but moving parameters doesnt' fix anything. My specs:

windows 10 pro

64 Ram

Nvidia Quadro P5000 (16gb)

SSD all my HD

i7 8700K / 3.7 GHz

 

Any advice before to put in the trash the Stager?

Thanks,

Diego

 

 

 

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Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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May 11, 2022 May 11, 2022

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Alexandre, thanks for your reply. Yes is the same problem. I try all the solution in other post with no positive result. If I touch the other screen Stager become good. I return to Stager, become corrupt again. I want to try this app, but at the moment is useless. A waist of money for me. Any sugestion before to stop renting it?

 

Thanks, R.

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